I worked for Smith, I hated the system
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I worked for Smith, I hated the system

LAST week, Mr John Nyamakawo, born 6 June 1951 in Karoi, narrated the horror at…

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How Ian Smith slaughtered freedom fighters
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How Ian Smith slaughtered freedom fighters

MR JOHN Nyamakawo, born 6 June 1951 in Karoi, was a prison guard under the…

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Chimurenga II Chronicles: The boy who fed Mbuya Nehanda
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Chimurenga II Chronicles: The boy who fed Mbuya Nehanda

LET us from the onset warn you dear readers. The narration below, by Cde Julian…

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Chimurenga II Chronicles: ‘I saved Samora Machel’s life’
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Chimurenga II Chronicles: ‘I saved Samora Machel’s life’

Last week, Cde Joseph Khumalo – whose birth name was Cde Joel Samuel Siyangapi Muzhamba…

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Chimurenga II Chronicles: How Tongogara was told about his death
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Chimurenga II Chronicles: How Tongogara was told about his death

LAST week, Cde Joseph Khumalo, whose birth name was Cde Joel Samuel Siyangapi Muzhamba narrated…

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Chimurenga II Chronicles: Zanu’s uncomfortable truth
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Chimurenga II Chronicles: Zanu’s uncomfortable truth

CDE JOEL Samuel Siyangapi Muzhamba, born June 6 1942, whose Chimurenga name was Cde Joseph…

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CHIMURENGA II CHRONICLES – How Nkomo outsmarted Rhodesian Selous Scouts. . .as he survived several assassination attempts . . .leaving Rhodesians to conclude he was using juju
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Chimurenga II Chronicles: Ian Smith’s mean machine exposed
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Chimurenga II Chronicles: Ian Smith’s mean machine exposed

JUST been reading the book, “The Empire Writes Back” by Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths and…

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Chimurenga II Chronicles: Altena Farm attack: The  deaths and the escape
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Chimurenga II Chronicles: Altena Farm attack: The deaths and the escape

Cde Lovemore Rugora, born in 1942 in Rusape, whose Chimurenga name was Cde John Pedzisa…

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The Indian factor in Zim Uhuru
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The Indian factor in Zim Uhuru

Mr Ronnie Patel was one of the first Indians in the then Southern Rhodesia to…

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A story we must tell on our own
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A story we must tell on our own

Lovemore Ranga Mataire Internationally-acclaimed author, freedom fighter and veteran journalist Cde Alexander Kanengoni (in picture),…

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Chimurenga II Chronicles: The many men hanged by Ian Smith
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Chimurenga II Chronicles: The many men hanged by Ian Smith

Munyaradzi Huni – Deputy Editor AS a show of respect to the passing of the late…

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Chimurenga II Chronicles: Torture, death & love in prison
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Chimurenga II Chronicles: Torture, death & love in prison

Last week, Cde John Makwasha whose Chimurenga name was Cde Bayayi Mabhunu narrated how he…

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Chimurenga II Chronicles: Sad story of  sell-outs in Zanu
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Chimurenga II Chronicles: Sad story of sell-outs in Zanu

Chronicles from the Second Chimurenga BORN in Damba (now Mhangura) in 1940, Cde John Makwasha…

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Chronicles of Chimurenga II: Chitepo death: Zambia military speaks
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Chronicles of Chimurenga II: Chitepo death: Zambia military speaks

Retired Brigadier General Timothy Kazembe is not your ordinary soldier. The Zambian government has honoured…

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